BMWCMF Offers Mobile App

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — If you want to get more information related to the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival, you’re strongly advised to download the festival’s mobile app. “It tells you all the activities, how to get here, what’s going on when you get here. All the different foods, the times for all the different activities … Continue reading »

BMWCMF Improves Signage

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — The annual migration to the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Festival is happening now. The music began Friday morning, with the bigger stars and entertainers taking the stage at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Campers say they’ve had fewer problems and less frustration getting to the venue. Organizers and law enforcement say that’s not a … Continue reading »

BMWCMF Unveils Stage Changes

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — For those who have been to the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival before, you’ll notice a big difference. And for those who are here for the first time, you’ll be impressed by the stage. It’s a monster and something both fans and entertainers will enjoy. “They’ve got a bigger stage, one of … Continue reading »

Blake Shelton Fan Excited for Concert

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — If Sunday’s headliner at the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival, Blake Shelton, chooses to mingle with the crowd a bit, he better be careful. Amidst the fans is a sweet woman we met. Her name is Susan Heiney, and she’s a huge Blake Shelton fan with a liking for Blake’s voice and … Continue reading »

Campers Arrive for BMWCMF

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — It’s move-in day at the festival Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival. Shortly before noon, thousands of campers began the slow methodical journey down Highway 228, pulling into the camp east of town. Camping spots are sold out. That’s because many of the people there Thursday have been preparing for this week since … Continue reading »

Rivals Team Up For Concert… Relief

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — Talk about relief!  Organizers of the Bi-Mart Willamette County Music Festival are making sure concert goers have plenty of options when nature calls. Nearly 500 porta-potties have been brought in for the three-day concert event.  Two rival companies, “Best Pots” and “Bucks” are working together to meet the demand. Scott Weld, owner … Continue reading »